‘”My first day of training on the yacht and I’d already managed to break something. A sail was tumbling down and the boat was losing speed. The first mate darted across the boat to find out what had happened and I started in on a long and rambling tale of the series of unfortunate events which had, through no fault of my own, caused the damage we were looking at right now. I was barely three sentences in, when the mate interrupted me: ‘I don’t give a crap whose fault it was, I just need to know what to fix’.”
A Good Lesson. From Sailing, No Less.
September 26, 2011 By 1 Comment